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Hey I'm trying to figure out what miniITX AM4 Motherboard to buy when they get out, and it has me asking questions about power delivery to the cpu. See atm I have a z77n wifi by gigabyte which is a great mini itx board BUT it only has a 4pin cpu connector and wont let me change vCore. When I first found this out i was pretty upset (whats the point of a Z chip set if you cant change volts!!!??)


Now I'm in the same boat again trying to figure out what would be a good opion for AM4 and all the preliminary photos Ive seen has only shown a AM4 with a 4pin cpu. Should I wait till I find a board with 8 pin cpu power? should I just buy one with a 4 pin because it wont matter too much?
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There are no m-itx AM4 boards officially out yet. Therefore no one can give you a definitive answer.
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Western Digital Blue AMD Wraith Spire Thermalright TY-143 Windows 10 Pro 
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